Equipped with excellent multi element ground plane
Protection from static discharges DC-Ground
Made of aluminium alloy 6063 T-832
Type: 5/8 wave ground plane
Frequency range: 26-29 MHz
Impedance: 50 ohm unbalanced
Radiation (H-plane): 360? omnidirectional
Gain: 1.3 dBd, 3.45 dBi
Bandwidth at S.W.R. 2:1: 2100 KHz
S.W.R. at res. freq.: ~1.1:1
1000 Watts (CW) continuous
3000 Watts (CW) short time
Feed system / position: Transformer DC-ground / base
Materials: Aluminium, Copper, Nylon
Wind load / resistance: 166 N at 150 Km/h / 130 Km/h
Wind surface: 0.14 m?
Height (approx.): 240 inches
Weight (approx.): 11.7 lbs.
Radial length (approx.): 27.5 inches
Mounting mast: ? 1.5 - 2 inches
Anthony D. |
This little pig works like a champ no joke. I had a Moonraker 4 back in the 80’s. Just got the old radio going again and this is my antenna. I have spoken to Australia, all through the United States, Jamaica, Baja California you name it, this thing works and hears like a champ. It’s on a 35’ telescoping pole up on a hill. My plan is to get a beam next but keep this for the local group contacts
I have this antenna up for both CB and 10 Meter, and SWR is perfect and locals I talk to say sound great, However not sure what I am doing wrong as I hear DX from Florida and Canada, but no one hears me.
I may add that its a very strong antenna as we just had 60mph wind gust and didn't effect it at all.
Derek DaKara |
These are great antenna's.I have co/phased these up which really works great too.They hold their value well.We paid this 10 years ago too.They are way better then any fiberglass antenna you can buy on the market.
Rick Ray |
Purchased one and it was easy enough to put together. It came missing the screw for the egg beater so I got one from a hardware store and Immediately started talking skip and getting great comments. Swr was just about flat 1. I just wish it could hold more power but I am totally pleased for the most part. Still barefoot and happy.